"The duo behind Sistahs of Harlem blend catwalk couture with uptown flare." -Time Out New York
Designer Brands in Paris, Milan and Tokyo are copying hip-hop street life today, and the T-Shirt is the urban fashion staple. Now, the first book from the women who redefined and marketed the torn T-Shirt concept and started a fashion craze, shares 20 unexpected and easy-to-follow projects for every gal. Here's a way to be hip, cool, and fiscally responsible--all at the same time.
"T-Shirt Makeovers" not only presents step-by-step instructions to turn the classic T into a fashion statement, but also exhibits it with original illustrations and vibrant photos that will showcase your creations.
Take your old or weary, new and funky or just plain cotton comfy T-shirt and turn it into a fashion statement. "T-Shirt Makeovers" is a guide for every fashionista, a how-to style book for those who want high fashion at an affordable cost. The first book by the celebrated style duo, Sistahs of Harlem, "T-Shirt Makeovers" reveals their fashion secrets in a step-by-step format that will make turning any T-shirt in your closet into a fashion find.
Consider the T-Shirt a blank canvas that can be cut, sewn, twisted, and turned. It can be deconstructed and reconstructed; recycled and resuscitated, refashioned, and reinvented. Its style can be punk-y, funky, chic, unique, retro and even classic. It can become a halter, a tank top, a peasant blouse, a tube top, or even a dress. Demonstrating the versitility of the incredible T, this book shows--with original illustrations and vibrant photos of the end result--how easy it is to turn the old into something new.
The Sistahs continue to receive praise and recognition for their singular vision, from outlets such as Seventeen, YM, Jane, Bust and Ebony magazines. In "T-Shirt Makeovers," this innovative team will help you realize the unlimited possibilities of your own creativity.
Really not realistic makeovers unless you want a crack whore or street slut look.Published 1 month ago by Susan Sweeney
The authors had several interesting T styles. However, other books provide directions for many more T-shirt styles.Published 4 months ago by A.A. Norman, Ph.D.
This is a great book, especially for beginning sewers; however some of the ideas repeat themselves. I found myself disapointed that there weren't more styles as most of the ideas... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amanda
I was very disappointed with the book.I wasn't planning to wear any of the shirts as I am 60 however I was going to make them to sell in craft fairs but there was nothing that I... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lorraine Grebb
has some good ideas, things to do with t-shirts, some things I have never thought of, not sorry I bought itPublished 15 months ago by June Thomas
Haven't made anything yet. Skimmed through the book. Looks great. Looking forward to being creative. Inexpensive project. T shirts are cheap.Published 18 months ago by Mary B Steinhardt
I like this book it wasn't what I expected but it gave me a lot of ideals to make over a t-shirtPublished 22 months ago by TonyaB
This book was used for a high school fashion class that I teach. The girls loved using the ideas for their recycled t-shirt project. Very easy step by step directions.Published on October 19, 2012 by Heather Dudley
I am a huge fan of the Sistahs, and own "Denim Mania (love it)". But this one isn't as great. The projects are too much for the twenty-somethings (I'm a little beyond that... Read morePublished on July 3, 2010 by Minnesota reader